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Tuggle is Queen!

Written by: Sarah Turner/Photo by: Ritsuki Miyazaki   In the same stadium that her father dominated, Jessica Tuggle was crowned by President William McKinney as the 2013 VSU Homecoming Queen. “It was crazy,” Tuggle, senior sociology major, said. “I was so grateful and so thankful; words really can’t describe the feeling.” Tuggle’s father, Jessie Tuggle, is a former VSU football ...

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Rayman Legend adventure goes on

Written by: Steven Setser It’s no surprise that I loved Rayman Origins when I bought it over the summer. I grew up playing Sonic the Hedgehog, so I’m naturally good at platformers. I never enjoyed the Rayman series until Origins though. When Rayman Legends announced that it would be multi-console instead of Wii U exclusive, I was excited. However, could ...

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Jenners are low, is Bieber high?

Written by: Anthony Pope Hello, World—Anthony here bringing you all the pop culture events that had us buzzing this past week. Let’s jump right into the madness. In news that should surprise no one, Kris and Bruce Jenner announced that they have separated after 22 years of marital bliss. That last part is debatable. In natural Kardashian fashion, Kris decided ...

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Music department to snap for scholarships

Written by: Jordan Barela Things are expected to get jazzy tonight as money is raised for VSU’s music majors. The VSU Music Scholarship Alliance will hold the first music scholarship fundraiser of the school year tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Fine Arts Building amphitheater. Pops in the Park is an annual music event featuring jazz performances in ...

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Ruffin crowned as Mr. VSU 2013

Written by: Khiry Clements Tyrell Ruffin, junior theater major, was named Mr. VSU 2013 on Friday. While there were only three other contestants, there was an array of performances. “It’s more than just a title and having a crown,” Ruffin said. “It’s a man that is dedicated and passionate about everything that he does on campus and off campus.” The ...

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Step show to shake up competition

Written by: Isaiah Smart The P.E. Complex might shake a little this Saturday, as Greeks compete for a spot in the “Hall of Phame.” The Mu Omicron chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. will bring one of VSU’s biggest homecoming events back to the P.E. Complex for the 23rd annual homecoming step show. The event takes place every year ...

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Organization promotes women’s equality

Written by: Alexis Waters From discussing women in ancient biblical times to supporting the college dreams of today’s middle school girls, the American Association of University Women has the equality of women covered. The AAUW is the oldest national organization for the advancement of women and hosts several events that support all women of the Valdosta community. The AAUW’s mission ...

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Valve to release Steam Box

Written by: Steven Setser Welcome back, fellow readers. Have you replaced Pandora with iTunes Radio yet? Me neither. Anyways, let’s see what Valve has been working on and find out when you can play the Xbox One before its release. Valve had some major announcements after its initial SteamOS reveal. It will also be making the rumored Steam Box, a ...

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Homecoming in high gear

Written by: Cole Edwards With a successful first half of the 2013 Homecoming week in the rearview mirror, things are really gearing up as we head into the weekend. Tomorrow has been designated as Red & Black Day on the VSU Campus. All students and faculty are encouraged to wear their best and brightest red and black clothing to show ...

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